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Seville orange fruit and seeds avaible now

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Julie starts with ...
Anyone wanting the above please email me with your address: julwood at iprimus dot com dot au. I know there are 30-40 people wanting them by now, so please be patient - I can only do a few at a time. They have to be fresh, so I will do a batch before a trip to the post office.

I have lost all my computer info (it's there somewhere, but can't retrieve it till someone fixes it), so don't have any of the addresses sent to me.

Oops!. Typo: available now



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Brendan says...
Hi Julie, just sent you an email :-) Thank you.
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Lara says...
Hi Julie

Yippeeeeeeeeee
Just sent you an e-mail
Thanks Lara :)
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Julie says...
Can't believe it! I had to cut up about 30 fruit to get a dozen seeds today. What on earth is going on? Is this a mineral deficiency or what?

Seville usually have lots of seeds, which help the marmalade to set. Most of the oranges either had no seeds, or very tiny undeveloped seeds. Lots of fruit, but smaller than usual.

So I could only post to two people today - hopefully more next week.

Where's Speedie when you need him?
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denise1 says...
Many citrus will only set viable seeds if there is another compatable cultivar flowering at the same time nearby and something to pollenate them. So it can vary a bit.
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MaryT says...
Julie, if you have more fruit perhaps leave them on the tree a bit longer? It seems we were lucky to get that earlier batch from you.
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17th August 2012 1:02pm
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Mike says...
Mary welcome back I hope the trip worked out well and you're settled back in.I also hope you little garden pulled through without you.
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Julie says...
Mary welcome back!, I plan to do just that, though I'm not sure it will help.

denise, I've had this tree for about 18 years, and it has produced fruit with plenty of mature seeds every year but last year, and now. Would still like to know if it is a mineral deficiency.

There is also something I've never seen before - looks like severe snail damage,but isn't. I'll try and post a pic.
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Brendan says...
Hi Julie, here's some pics of some marmalade my sister made from Tangelos! I'm very surprised how good it tastes!
Oh, she added two lemons as well.
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MaryT says...
Thanks, Mike and Julie; it's good to be back (albeit to more than a few casualties in the garden; still counting the losses). Sigh.

Julie my citrus are not as consistent as yours and I'm getting used to their on and off temperaments. I have to be philosophical especially as I am trying to grow trees in pots. On a happy note my kumquat which was barren last year is now covered in flower buds. Fingers crossed.

Brendan I use all my citrus in different combinations for marmalade - oranges, lemons, kumquats, lemonade, limes, mandarins and tangelo - depending what shows up. They don't mind mingling :)

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Mike says...
Mary if you give me a wishlist we might be able to replace some casualties with new recruits.When it warms a little it might be better.
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Simon says...
Hi Brendan,
The Tangelo marmalade your sister made looks impressive. Does she mind to share her recipe? I have a tangelo tree that we always can't finish the fruits. It would be good to use the excess fruits for marmalade.
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18th August 2012 12:29pm
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MaryT says...
Thanks, Mike. I think I need to get the garden back to ship shape before adding to it; you're right, I should also wait till it's warmer. Freezing wind today; though sunny. Simon if Brendan does not come back with a recipe just use any orange/lemon/lime marmalade recipe depending on how sweet/sour the fruit is.

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David says...
Welcome home to Mary, dont holidays go fast.
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Brendan says...
Hi Simon, yeah no problems, I'll try to get her marmalade recipe, and post it here :-)
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Simon says...
Thanks Brendan & Mary...
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Brendan says...
Hi Julie, your seeds arrived yesterday, in very good condition! Thank you!
I'll be planting them shortly :-)

Still working on that marmalade recipe Simon :-)

Maybe Julie can share her recipe as well?
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Xiem says...
For those interested in marmalade recipes, I attach my own. I should call it a "rough" seville marmalade recipe; not because I use rough sevilles but because it is a rough recipe. Regardless it works fine for me.
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Xiem says...
That didn't work so I will type it:

Seville Orange Marmalade

Wash a kilo of seville oranges and two lemons

With a sharp knife carefully cut the zest from the oranges and slice it finely

Juice the "shaved" oranges and the lemons. Add the sliced zest to the juice. Set aside.

Boil the leftover squeezed fruit, comprising skins, pith and seeds in about two litres of water for an hour or more until the pectin is released (no requirement for muslin bag). Strain the fruit mush from the pectin liquid.

You will end up with roughly one litre of juice/zest and one litre of strained pectin liquid

Add these together with sugar to taste (about 750g but up to a kilo if a sweet mix is desired)

Boil until setting point and jar up.

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Brendan says...
Finally got the recipe Simon, hope it works!
My sister couldn't get seville oranges, so she used tangelos :-)
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Simon says...
Thanks Brendan & Xiem. I will give it a go.
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Lara says...
Hi Julie

Thanks I received the seeds today. Will plant as soon as the storms are over in Perth. Hopefully tomorrow :D
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Db says...
When does these seedling starts fruiting? How is fruit as compared to other varieties?
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VF says...
Thanks for your generosity Julie; seeds have arrived and are planted.
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Julie says...
Xiem, do you still want seeds? Don't seem to have your email address, but I have your home address.
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Xiem says...
I will email you Julie.
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amanda says...
Saw Seville oranges for sale at the Bunbury farmers market..grown locally...that was a surprise!
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MaryT says...
If they are selling the fruit there must be trees... but were they the rough skin, Amanda? We get the smooth skin Seville in Sydney but they are not the same thing. Marmalade from the smooth skin is NOTHING like the real thing.
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Brendan says...
Geez amanda, did you move to Germany? (Leschenault!?) LOL :-)
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Xiem says...
Is it true she mulches her fruit trees with sauerkraut?
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MaryT says...
Hey you guys Leschenault was named after the FRENCH botanist Jean Baptiste Claude Théodore Leschenault de la Tour (1773 - 1826) - "Botanist on the voyage of the Géographe and Naturaliste (Baudin, 1801 - 1803), which visited the north-west, west and south coasts of Western Australia, coastal South Australia, Port Jackson, New South Wales, and King Island in Bass Strait. Leschenault later visited Java, Cape Verde Islands, Cape of Good Hope, India, Sri Lanka, Brazil and British Guyana..."
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Brendan says...
Thanks for that MaryT. (just sounded a bit German to me :-)
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Xiem says...
Thank you teacher. I will blame the other dunce Brendan for leading me to the wrong side of the Maginot line. :-)
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Moho1 says...
Hi there,
Wondering if anyone had success with Julie's Rough skinned Seville Orange trees? I am located in Melbourne Vic, and would like to either buy some semi established trees or seedlings or seeds. Happy to pay for postage etc . Regards,
Monica
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Gazelle says...
Hi every one

I am in Sydney and after rough skin Seville as well , is there any chance that any one has seedlings or seeds
Regards
Gazelle
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RdH says...
Hi Everyone,

I'm in the bayside suburbs or Brisbane, and for years I've been searching for a rough skinned Seville Orange! Is anyone willing to share/sell seeds or a seedling?

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Julie says...
Gazelle and RdH, see first post for my email address. I will have seeds in August/September, hopefully.
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